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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rFs t SEMI WEEKLYY INTERIOR JOURNftL 4 i Ti ISSUED EUERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 1 H YEAR I VOL XXVI1L STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 24 1900 9 A1tL NO 41 I r LANCASTER Hurrah for Bcckham Gardens and crops generally aro suf ferlng for rain Miss Eliza Luak had throe applicant for teachers certificates Friday Mrs R A Burnildo and Capt Loul Landram have been to Lexington to see their aunt Mite Koto Walker wtlo Is In bad health Judge Homphlll hue not been well for several days Ed Bishop wan astonished the other f day when a lady callus him from the ttoro to her buggy eked him for a spool of thread und paid for it instead of waiting uatll ho brought hout and sending him back to make tho change Eld A R Moore preached an able discourse at the Christian church Sun day and tho congregation U eo well pleated that hu will likely bo employ cd as pastor Much good is being done by thu protracted mooting at Antioch Our democrats aro pleased with the nomination for governor and they will largoIhim they are willing to abide the do ulson of the convention Tbo follow ing attended tbo Lexington convention JE Robinson O T Ferris R H Tomllnson W B Mason Wm Baugh man T A Elide J A Doty Usury Patterson T C Gulley J F Loar 1 M Dunn J T Hays John Logan Jat Jones Ed Morrow lease Arnold Clay Hamilton and Ike Dunn Jr J E Robtn on was in talc Interest of Beck bamIn company with Mr Jacob Joseph visited tho thriving town of Kirks vtllo tail Friday While there we par took of the hospitalities of Dr and Mrs I B Oldham who was forruorly Mlis Mary Newland of Lincoln coun ty Among the prosperous merchants It Mr James B Walker who ii i elat ed to one of the largest and most In tluenUnl families In Madison and Oar rard counties Ills frlonlt have Ire railed on him to run for county clerk of Madison and being popular honest and capable he Is regarded as a win net Mers James Dillon II M Smith Mhune J L Warner and EU Minor are on the sick list lIon J It Mount of La Grange has joined his wife hero who h visiting relatives Capt Louie Landram and Lleuu J M Furra are attending the prow convention at Lou Itvllle nod they will go on the tour through tbo Northwest Gen D R Collier Is at home Tbe Lancaster toys defeated Nleholasvllln in a game of base ball ic the latter city last tiatur day Mr A C Robinson Informs me that Dripping Springs Is crowded with t guest and that the water and tbo fare are good enough to euro opy body R II WhllUker is the father of another tine boy On Friday night Mr Hunloy Single too died at his homo In this city after suffering four weeks from a stroke of paralysis In the 48th year of his age Ho was well known by everybody hav boon an active member of tbo Bap church for a number of yews and a time marshal of Lancaster in 1In capacity he dlipluycd courage discretion Funeral services wore Sunday morning I1t the rOil donna by Rove Lconldas Robinson and T H Campbell and a large crowd fol lowed the remains to Lancaster ceme tery Isle widow and four bright young children survive him He was a kind husband and father Ho car tied a 2000 protection in the Knights of the Maccabees which amount will be paid In 10 days The meeting of tbe Central Ken- tacky Mudlcal Association was well attended hero last Thursday Dr Tray for of Bryantsville was president pro trim and Dr Klnnnlrdaotod as HereI tary 1bg Paper fur dUw4l read by Dr MoElHoit iubjeot Oattro Enteritis Dr Wesley read a report on resent progress In materlu media and TharupQUtlas Dr Carpenter read a paper on Spinal Deformities All the papers wuro ably discussed The next meeting will bo held ut Danville whoa Dr SloeJo Bailey will read a paper on Diabetes Those present were Drs Bush Herring Grant Acton Wesley Evans and Klnnalrd Lancas ler Elliott and Traylor BryanUvlllo Carpenter Stanford Pitman Parks vlllo Curacnburg Paint Lick and Dr Bertie Carpenter Hustonvllle who at tracted more attention than any one Excursion to Wisconsin Very low rates to summer resorts The Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to points in Wisconsin and return at nearly onehalf tile usual excursion rate on Thursday July 20th gooo returning 15 days as follows Waukesha IU Oc J onoraowoc 911 Luke Geneva 1075 Dolevan Lake 10Y Luke Beulah 811 Green Lake Madison 812 J Elkhart Lake 915 Nconah 812 Kll bourn City 919 Green Bay 1250 Trains will leave Louisville 7 30 A M and 820 P M Full particulars of E U Bacon D P A Louisville Ky IVOLUAUIC EHUPTIOHS Are lrllllIonl rob life or lay lluckirn Arnica Sslvi cures them aim Old Run ulng and reverSjM Ulcers llolls Folotul0urn W rl Cuts llrulses lauds ChllMalni Sleet lIle cure on earth Drlvwoul Talus Aches Only 2c a lwx Cure guaranteed told br IVnuy Druggist Their 10th child was born to Mr and Mrs Henry Moore at Monroe Falls 0 Saturday There are three sets of twins In the lot ON THE DEATH OF A DOG Rev George 0 Barnes Expa tiates Feelingly O I LAN PTL SAMUEL FLA July lStandln beside the upon grave of n faithful friend of the family two days ago I prayed thus before tho body was hidden by tbo dust of earth that ono day Is to cover us all out of eight For death U a loathsome thing and works such transformations of horror that we are glad to put away In the darkness of the grave those we love hotter than life This was my prayer Loving Heavenly father wo thank Thee that death It not the end We praise The that beyond Is lIfo that death cannot touch again and that It Is a life for evermore Wo commit this poor body of our faithful friend Into Thy holy keeping sure that Thou haal for him something far better than earth cun offer and glad because Tnou bait re spent to tho work of Tnlno own hands and that Thou wilt rescue every crea ture Thou hast made out of the hands of the great destroyer who now for a while has the power of death We thank Theo for tbo euro and certain hole of that butter life for him and for ui and that Thou hart laid up for us tho purchase of our Saviors death and the fulfillment of our Saviors resurrection To Htm with Thee and the Holy Spirit we render unceasing praise Amon There arc those so iil informed In Scripture and to warped by educational thoughts of God tbattboy will count thabove petition an a little loci than blasphemous uttered at tho reverent burial of A IKXl For the friend of the family besides whoso grave wo four stood uncovered was Dlok our fa vorite Von Terrier who has ohurcd our plunoar life on Sinibeluod whoso departure has lift a blank In our secluded lives that will bo hard to fill Bravo Intelligent true as steel constantly ready to take an active part in any dally duties a dOff could perform and withal a handsome specimen of his noted breed it la little wonder that we were all deeply attached to him to life and mourn him dead- I am haunted by the last look he gave us of mute appeal while we wore doing what we could for him It seem an toiayy1IDaniyou help me as ptnllug heavily be looked from QDO to the other of those In whom he had un falling eonddenco They wore human eyes though In a dogs bead Wo went In to eat u moal and when we came back our friend had disappeared With tbe puthotlo Instinct of his kind be bad crept away to die alone Wo searched for him high and low but In vain Two days after his disap pearance Edward accidentally stum blud across the bush under which ho had found a place to bide and die We gave him a grave under a palm tree In the re4r of Thistle Lodge and will not forgot him A word with you who are inclined to scoff What tort of a God do you believe In anyway who think Hu has no thought or taro for a dog whore faithfulness courage and diligence will nut you to shame any day If you have the hon esty to look tbo matter in tbe face Hero ls a creature who has nor er sinned aa you have time and again And yet you think there Immortality for you and the darkness of oblivion for him You impeach the everlasting rectitude of God by such a thought Here Is a creaturo whom you have dragged after you In the vortex of your full out of everlasting right Just because you had dominion over him and yet In the rescue of extrication through Christ you dont allow the In nocent victim ft share la the blessing that comes to the guilty Shame on such unspeakable selfishness Thank God It can not prevent thc dollvcrano from the bondage of corruption of which tho Scrlplnro tolls us The good LOUD can over ride your meanness to get at the poor sufferer who but for you bad never known what suffering was Here Is a creature with the marring touch of tho great destroyer on him Among the noble traits of fidelity af fectjon constancy to duty and tbo many virtues that Inspire our admire tion link tbo lower characterises ar In man that make dogs hateful us they make men hateful You indulge the hope that God so loves you thus ho will eradicate everything that Is unlovely in your make up and so gain tbo victory over Satan that the last touch and trace of his defiling handi work shall vanish in that Heaven to which you aro going and yet you let youirdog Ho down In everlasting forgot fulness without any recuperating fu turo where there will bo heavenly compensations for tho ills of earthly life and Satan shall gnash his teeth In Impotent rage to see nil the curses he has Inflicted lifted from every creature on whom ho has laid a malignant hand I am amazed ut tho narrow view you take of this boundless subject What sort of a victory over death hell and the grave will that bo that snatches a fragment of humanity and that the least deserving of Gods crca tnrchood out of the devils power but leaves him undisturbed In the power of death over an Immonso majority of men and countless herds locks shoal and swarms of what men in their man nlshncss are pleased to call tbe low er order or creation This la limited atonement with a vengeance I wish that I could feel as sure of your Immediate future my sutlcrlnj reader as I am of Dicks entrance Into his dogs heaven without tho need of a preliminary education that your su parlor position makes needful before the full enjoyment of what is laid up for vou until you gain the capacity for Its entire appreciation Meanwhile I counsel you to read Cor XV and find your dogs title clear to mansions In the skies In verses 38 and 39 Wo loved long since and ftl awhileAnd so much of our Joy in thoughts ofa future existence clusters around a heavenly recognition I think if your heart Is in the right place you will take no little pleasure in tbo an ticipation ofjmcctlng yonder what was down hors So we sorrow over Dick and would ruin have him back In our selfishness forgetful that ho Is now tar better oil in the hands of the good God who made him than enjoying the caressing touch of those who know his worth and loved him BRO UAKNES IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Morgan Crane has succeeded F Randall as trainmaster on tbo C S Wm Ramsey was awarded the stall ootlot from Iiuovlllo to Strough Creole Tbo Otb Cavalry In which Capt Joe Garrard of Mancheslerbas a compa ny Is slated to go to China All their friends deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs Frank Logan of Boyle In tho loss of their llitlo son aged two year Mrs Hackney the aged widow of Jacob Uaokney died at London last week She way the mother of E H Hackney and a most excellent woman The Springfield Winter Elcetrlo Light Co of Springfield with 85000 capital stock flied urtlcloaof incorporation with tbo secretary of State J U Thurtnan and W C McCbord are tbo chief Incorpurators4 The London Kentuckian devotes all af Its space except 13 lines of news matter to publishing the town ordl nances Rather uninteresting reading to most of us but wo suppose theres money in it for tbe publishers Tbo Bank of Corbin has Bono Into liquidation tho assigned cause being that the First National Dank of London which owns000 worth of Bank of Corbln block was directed by the controller of the currency to withdraw the stock HUIIULK George Rankin says ho lldnt know ho did have so many rlcnds till bo got a now grindstone tlr Angus MeDannlcl of Mlddlcsboro has been visiting his sister Mrs Jail Robinson hero Joe Surber of Brad ordsvlllo visited relatives hero this week C E Miller and wife of illi- nois are In to visit her mother Mrs Sallie Eubanks Wilson Alexander has ought his brothers grocery store at anvlllo and has taken possession Mrs O A Swlnobroad has been visiting her daughter Mrs George Wood for the past week Mrs Ed Minor Is right sick at this writing Ellen Ross of color aged about 50 died of stomach trouble nnd rheumatism other home on Cherry street Thursday morning Low rates to Y P C U meetingJu ly 25th to 30th at Denver Elegant train eervto Fast schedules Close connectionsHigh o Camp Mooting Low rate Sunday excursions July 22 and 20 Grunt program Music and preaching Dont fail logo For particulars see small bills- Populist rally and State convention Louisville July 31st Low rates of H fare will be made from all points in Kentucky via Queen Crescent route for thus occasion July Illat and on the morning trains of Aug 1 Good until Aug 2d returning Ask agent for further particulars Three grand midsummer excursions Niagara Falls Thousand Islands and Toronto all In one via the Queen Crescent route Aug 2d Otb 10th only 91005 Niagara and return from June lion City Through trains day coaches and Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to Niagara Aug 2djla Big 4 Aui9th via C H D Ry Aug 10th via Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for furth er particulars SPENT A GOOn FARM DOCTORING Mr A N Noell of Aslicrvlllo Kansas says ho spent a good farm doctoring him self fur chronic diarrhoea but gut no relief and was afraid thnt be must tile Hu chanced to get hold of a bottle of Chant- sbet tollc Cholra and Diarrhoea Remedy and vas permanently cured by it FOT sale by Craig Hocker Druggists HUSTONVILLE 1111 Leslie Reid Is buying straw for a per house at Dayton O J II Held sells Wlltnoro Hour Try- a sack of Banquet or Daniel Boono The colored nine wiped up tbo earth with tbo Junction City team hero Sat urday afternoon If rain doesnt coma soon tho corn crop will bo short Thg sprinkle Sat urday afternoon was not enough to help much Dr Hawkins Brown had a buyer for his parrot the other day but when that gentleman priced tho bird at 12 000 his customer departed By an unfortunate error the name of- T L Carpenter was omitted from the list of directors of the Hustonvlllo fair which coines off next week The ladles of tho Chlsllan church wish tbo public to bear in mind that they will set a splendid dinner each day of tbo fair on the grounds for 35c J P Harper bought three geldings lat week at 975 988 and 8135 Wv W Lyon sold to Fox ft Logan of Danville six mules at 9110 and to R L Hubble at sameIt take a shorthand man to get the names of all those guests who will arrive by tbo first of next week The fair always brings a crowd of belles and beaux Most of the wheat this section hue been shocked which means that the farmers are holding for better prices The crops threshed have made good yields and the quality In excellent All cattle shown at the fair will be for beef purposes and ring 10 In the catalogue has been changed from colts by Red Leaf to colts either sex by any slro for which a season to Red Leaf will bo given D M Llpps Son will start up their mill this week With u capacity of 100 barels per day they ought to bit able to supply all demands Tbo senior member of the firm was In Virginia last week on business T L Carpenter sold at fancy prices an Aberdeen Angus bull calf to each of tbo following gentlemen last week W G Gowan and J L Yantis Huston vllle and JC McNabb of Newport Lean Hla 8760 cow rcceptly bought Is a beauty and Mr C would not lei her go for a cool 1000 President J P Harper of the fair association is having the ring gotten in tbo pink of condition and work on tbo amphitheatre will begin today Comfortable seals and good shelter will be arranged Stalls for horses from a half dozen or more counties have been engaged sad everything points to a most successful fair Tho colored people will hold a fair beginning Aug 15 and continuing three days George Bailey is presi dent Tinsley Brown secretary ana Smith nitre treasurer Lewis Me Clanahan Is not an officer but he will see to it that all who como will have a good time and be treated rif it Special premiums amounting to about 9100 have been secured McKeo HI Ire of Covlngton is al home Mr C J Slevcrs of Louis yule is with his relative Dr J C Barker Miss Edna Klzcr of Horne City 0 Is tbe guest of Miss Mcllle Hopper W C McAfee of Baltimore has joined his wife at Mrs Alice Lucks J L Conway has returned to Kansas leaving his wife and eon at Mr Samuel Maids A tribe of Red Men was organized here Thursday night by Deputy State Organizer F W Jones assisted by O J Minor of Junction City Tho tot lowing officer were elected Sachem J W Lockridge Senior Sagamore WI U Cowan Junior Sagamore J C Barker Chief of Records J D Adams Keeper of Wampum J H Reid Col ctor of Wampum Walker Pinkerton Medicine Man Dr J 0 Barker Prophet Charles Wheeler The mom barshlp numbers 30 EXCDUSION TO OLD POINT COM FORT YOo Tuesday July 2Uh tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort and tbo Seashore for which roundtrip tickets will be sold at 913 good 15 days Stopovers will be allowed on return trip Through sleepers will leave Lexington on tho evening train for Old Point without change For full particulars and sleep Ing car reservations write or call on your ticket agent or to Gco W Barney Dlv PillS Agt Lexington Ky C 0 EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITYOq Thursday August 10 the Chesapeake Oblo will run an exeur sion to Atlantic City Tickets 914 for round trip good going on either morning or night train Write for particulars G W Barney D P A BISHAUKS mOJ NERVE Was the result of his snlendlj health Icd ipir tibia will ant tr ui ere not found where Stomach Liver EWueysend Rowels are ouUfunler it you want thete qualities and the niecets they bring use lit Kings New Ufe Illls They develop every iuwer of brain and Lodjr Only Ke at I cuny4 Drug Store AN EPIDEMIC F DIAItUHOEA Mr A Binders writing from Cocoa nut Grove Flnj says there tune been quite an epidemic of diarrcoea there He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cool era and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he also recommended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they over used For sale by Craig IIoker Druggist HON JAMES D BLACK Promises Hearty Support and Urges Election of Ticket BAUIIOUIIVILLK July 2JI beg to thank you and all of my other friends for the valuable help you and they gavo me in the recent race for tho demo cratla nomination for governor of Ken tucky and to assure you and them ul though that may not bo accessary that I accept the result without hesitating a moment as to what course I ought to take or as to what course I shall take I am for tbo nominee of the Lexington convention and ho shall have my earn est support Ho Is entitled to that support The nomination of Mr Beck ham Is to mo finality and I shall do all within the scppe of my ability to old In electing bjpi governor And I op peal to my friends everywhere to take up his cause with zeal and to give him their united and effective support Let us elect Bryan Stevenson and Deckbam We can not afford to be defeated and if the democrats of Ken tucky will do their duty we will not be defeated Lot us all work together In the contest before us and give to our National and State tickets next November a handsome and conclusive ma jority In the State The democratic party ias the right 6n Its side Recent happenings in Keniucky lustrate the truth of all our previous contentions that our party is a party or law and true to the best traditions of our race If we would prevent the mil Mary from dominating the civil magistracy In times of peace and the setting at naught the constitution and laws of our Commonwealth wo must do It thro the democratic party The notion which seems to have como to tho sur face recently that every man may set himself up as his own judge aa to what Is or la not law ani to decide with im punity whether ho will respect and obey or ignore and violate the law no cording aa his peculiar Inclination may dictate to him can have and ought to have no place with those who are In love with and desire the perpetuity of our established order of society and government And such notion has no place and finds no encouragement In the democratic party his no part bf our creed We have been happy and prosperous and those blessings came to us largely for the reason the peo pie were taught to have and did have respect for tbo law and the courts It has heretofore been thought that there Is and must bo somewhere in oui governmental system a place to which all could go with perfect assurance that every legal right would be there pro tected A place where the poor and the weak could have protection and Immunity from the destructive designs of the powerful and evilInclined and that place was with the courts of the land Tbe democratic party Is a party of law and order It is devoted to the maintenance of every means looking to the preservation of these old land marks and to tbe fulfillmenl 01 the promises made by the lathers wbbn they left to their posterity our system at government But unfortunately there has recently grown up In Kentucky a disposition upon the part of many to abuse If not to ignore tho courts and the established methods of our judiciary and especially whenever something may there happen adverse to the liking of the individual That tendency is not due to tho democratic party nor fostered by any of its teach logs or practices But such tendency ought to bo checked and in order to do that the election this fall of the democratic ticket U the essential Your very truly JAMBS D BLACK ILow ratpa West Railroad bargain the Monoa outo Tickets will bo sold by the Monon route from Lou evllle Ky to points In Arizona Brit ish Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Minnesota Montana Nebraska New Mexico Noitb Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Wash- Ington Northern Wisconsin and Wyoming at one firstclass fare plus S2 for the roundtrip on June 10th July 3 Aug 7 21 Sept 418 Oct 2 JO Nov 0 20 and Dec 4 10 limited returning 2l days Prospecting parties and tour lets will be furnished with schedules and further information by addressing a II Bacon District Passenger Agent ilonon Route Louisville Ky PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Information Mrs Ueorge Joig New StnlMtllle Ohio prevented dreadful raged and sated 10 Ihn A rightful cough had long kept beraGakeevery night She hid tried 11117 tcmedlot and doctor but steadily grew rorse until urged to try IIr KlnuaNew Ulirovery Ono bottle cured her und she writes this marvelous mtiAATi alb cured Mr long of a M feN attack of Incuinoula Such cure are jwil Ore proof of the matchless merit of tbU grand throat chest and lung biasOnlr50anl5 guaranteed Trial bottln tree at fennyDrug Store EXCURSION TlWOLUH CANADA TO STIAGA A FALLS The C O D Ry will run a popular excursion to Niagara tails by way of Detroit and the Michigan Central thrcjijgh Canada Tickets on sale Aug Oth return limit Aug 0tb Price for the roundtrip from Cincinnati will be 97 correspondingly low rates from all points Apply to C H D Ry agents for Icallot giving fun Information An experienced agent will accompany tho train to look after the comfort of passengers If you take this trip you can say you have the greatest physical wonder of lour earth 6 f6JI At the Old StandW Drop In see our New StoreRoom and Get Bargains r 1 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT I THE GLOBE IYour money back If youre not satisfied Miller Hirsch Danville J Successors to J L Frobman Co Trusses I Of All Kinds and Sizes Prices Very Reason able J a Craig Hooker Stanford h eee A C SNErCONTRACTOR BUILDER STANFORD KENTUCKY andiJ manship material as will be attest ed by any one of the many parties for yearsthatI carry a full stock of Doors Sash Blinds Metal Roofing Rough and Dresses Lumber Lath Shingles Etc I will duplicate any prices offered ee e You Know That we Print Every Thing from a Visiting Card tua Circus Poster but you Dont Know How good and cheap lre dotit unless youve seen our samples and gotten our pri ces mite or call if youre getting short on stationery E C WALTON Stanford GlothingllndflatsC At Cose To Close Out Now Is Your Chance y To Oct Bargains In Tbo Abjve Lines V Geo H Farris c Co 4 PENNYS DRUG STORE DrugsrBooks Stationery Paints t And Oilsn tt i t Telephone No2 Stanforclj r a tt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i STANFORD Kv JULY 24 1900 W P WALT O1- TflEMOCRRT1C TICKET For Pretiilent- WILL1AX JENNINGS BRYAX s OJ Ntbra81a For VtcePrtrndmt ADLAI E STEVERSQK- OfJUinoit For Governor j c jr jjEckuAX OJ Affirm for Congress GEORGE G GILBERT OfSlielby y THERE remains but little to be told about the Lexington convention delay In the proceedings resulted fro- the failure of the committee on resolu tlons to report owing to a diversity o views on the election law It was final agreed on reported and adopted a appears In the platform which wo glv e in full In thin Issue The recommends tlon and promise with referecce to the election law will attract attention Let Beckham who has boon so thor tICoy indorsed by the democracy o the State put she coup do grace on en tire matter by assembling the Leglala turn in extra session before the elec l tlon and give it a chance to make th election law perfectly fair and just Tim democrats should want nothing short of that and the best and Xjoneevativo of them will accept Sao other They realize that the law ma llgncd and misunderstood as It Is la r stumbling block In the way of harmon in our own ranks and a very dangerou- r weapon in the hands of a desperate ae- r unscrupulous foe bent on making it ap pear to tho worst advantage Promise I and glittering generalities do not so Action Is demanded and if Gov Beck ham will convene the Legislature and that Legislature will enact a perfect fair law giving the republicans repre eentatlon on all the boards and an equal division In tbe election officers all the powers of the republicans and their sa tanlc ally can not encompass the defeat of our nominee Change of the law the republicans do not want They an counting on profiting by It by creatin- further dissension In democratic rank- and t Inflaming the Ignorant and venal of their own party by lying assertions s about It And then If tbe presldentla election shall be close and the result hinge on the vote of Kentucky they will appeal to Congress which stands ready to do anything to accomplish the seating of McKinley and the republl can candidates from Kentucky Let us give them no excuse for this Democracy embraces the flower of Kentuck manhood the brains the wealth the hope of the State They are large ly In the ascendency and need no alleged unjust laws to help them assert themselves and elect their ticket Give us then a just election law a full vote and a fair count and we will not only win but deserve to in the estimation of all who now honestly though we believe to a great extent unjustly do rldq the election law s WE congratulate the republican party on too efforts made by Gov Tay lor and his coofllclals to secure the t rights to the people and thereby pre vent the State from having as officers men defeated at the polls say tbe republicans In tbetr Yerkes platform As rate efforts Include all sorts of lawless ness ad a resort to the most cowardly of all crimes assassination It will b- eadeoalttyyeodoestt of fraud force ebrutal acts of those wbc have brought such shame upon the State Can any honest man support the nominee of such a party on such a platform I IN tally g Gov J C W Beckbatn us the nominee of the democratic party the INTERIOR JOURNAL eats no crow It preferred Mr Black for reasons that it gave but said no word of disparagement of the gentleman who under tbe must trying circumstances has demonstrated his r ability faithfulness to duty and broad conservatism A large majority of the democrats of the State have said he the proper and logical candidate and we accept their dictum and will from now till the polls close on the Otb of November give Coy Beckham the warmest support that a man and newspaper can THE death of John Wesley RIte of the Paris Kentuckian Cltlzen calla for more than a passing notice For CO years or more be was a printereditor with the exception of the time he serv ed the Confederacy In John Mor and command He worked on the Louis yule Journal with Prentice and was remarkable from the fact that he never wrote his articles but put them i in type as be thought of them Col Craddock with whom ho was associat edthoughta great deal of him and will miss blm sadly TUB meanest theft on record is re ported from Altoona Pa A woman had her leg cut off by a train and while attention was being given her a thief fished out 3100 that was hid In the stocking and made oil with It The poor woman had saved up the money to- go J to Europe to visit her folks and eeemed more hurt over its loss than over thorjl h THE rads contemptuously refer to Beckham as Little Boy Blue while the democrats playfully speak of John W Yerkea as Kid Glove Johnnie ks 1h t THE testimony In the Powers case shows that the conspirators were a most profane set Tbo Immaculate Taylor albeit a Cumberland Presbyte rian deacon would on occasion ou curse a sailor while Powers didnt mind swearing before his sweethearts any more than telling them his plans of assassination A sweet set to be sure May the last sc9undrel of them have his neck broken TUE Kentucky Press Association Is having Its annual outing and as this Is speedIngand Minnesota This paper Is not represented the management having neither the time nor the inclination for Such a trip THK Courier Journal describes Tay lor as 4 selfconfessed criminal and a cowardly fugitive from justice It might have gone further and said with equal force and truth that all his alders abetters and most of his sympa tblzera are cowardly assassins at heart TILE dally papers say that Caleb Pow evidencemcase gallowsfup part of hisePOUTICAL The Woodford county democratic LewlsAINuckola for representative to succeed tbe late G B Stout- TueLouiavillo Post is kicking o Conesays s Inder theh George W Long of Leltchfleld Geo Marshallio memberst d commissionSer powers an am bas eador The president has also promo ted Adna R Chalice to be o majo tomy in China lion Ed Parker tells tbe London Echo that if he Is nominated for repre sentativo In the district of Laurel and Rockcastle he will be a candidate for speaker of the House He thinks the buething or two before voting time comes No tangos were made In the State central committee Two were made It the executive committee W A Lee succeeding J W Lusby removed it tbo 7th and James Garnett Jr sue ceedlng lien V Smith resigned in the llth district The expected movement to remove Charles M Meacham of the 2d district did not materialize amenddcentral committee which will give that committee power to settle disputes where two or more persons are claim log a nomination In any congressional railroad or judicial district County contests of like character shall be set tied by county committees and legisla tive district contests by the legislative dlsilct committees The Courier Journal seems almost to speak from tbe card that Gov Beck ham will call un extra session of the Legislature which will without let or hindrance except that of the republi cans who will thus show themselves in their trne colors Imprint upon tbe election law such modifications and amendments cs experience has Shown to be necessary and they Will make It so just and eo nonpartisan as that no right thinking man can gainsay It DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM We tbe democrats of Kentucky in convention assembled do make the following declaration or principles First We heartily endorse tbe mug hitsNa tional democratic convention at Kansas City on July 4 1000 and also the splen did ticket named by said convention and pledge the democracy of Kentucky to an earnest cordial and active sup port of said ticket Second Tbe entire history of democratic party has demonstrated tbeI It bus always been the champion defender of the rights of tbe great mon people that it has over insisted that the will of the majority shall con trol and that the minority must cheer fully and willingly acquiesce therein It bus always advocated and still does that all elections shall be fairly con ducted and the result honestly uscer tained We recommend that the elec Lion law of 1603 wblch was enacted to prevent the repetition of wellknown republican frauds in certain districts of this State and which was a marked 1m provcmeni upon the then existing law but which hat not proved sufficient for that purpose be amended so as to secure this end so thoroughly that the most hypocritical can find no excuse for charging fraud or unfairness to our party in the conduct of the election Until such amendments can be enact ed by the General Assembly wo declare that the republican party shall have representation upon both the State and all county boards of election commis sioners We declare to the world that tbe mob and the assassin shall not be tie arbi trators of the rights of the citizens of Kentucky nor shall the penalty of an appeal to the law and the regular constituted authorities be death at the hands of assassins Law and order must and shall prevail in Kentucky ThirdWe present to the people of Kentucky the picture of an army of in timidation unlawfully quartered in the Gb 0 WifYJ3da4 public buildings of the State a State Senator In the discharge of his duty- to the State stricken down by an assassins bullet fired from ambush In the executive building then occupied by his political adversary who hoped to profit by his death that adversary arm lag filling and surrounding the build Ing with armed men Instructed to defy the civil authorities and prevent search for the assassin the same polit- Ical adversary abd republican pretender by force dissolving the Legislature In violation of the cohstltutloo attempt Ing by military power to force the Leg Islaturo to meet in a veritable slaughter pen for the democratic members driving Its members through the streets of Frankfort at the point of the bayo net forcibly preventing the Leglsla ture from meeting In its lawful and proper place keeping armed riotous and disorderly men under the very win dow of lljo room where lay dying the assassins victim driving the court of appeals from the Capitol aiding with the soldiery and spurious pardons those lawfully accused of capital crimes to flee from justice and by military force defying the writ of habeas corpus the same republican pretender fleeing from the State after Indictment and reo malnlng a fugitive from justice pro tected by an open violation of the con stliutlon of tbe U 3 ted States after having declared to the people of the Slater l am a cltlzsn oUthla State and amenable to Its laws I am not a criminal neither shall I ever be a fugltlve from justice Whenever indicted I shall appear for trial And we confi dently declare our belief that a majorl thenpreservation of law and order of both civil and personal liberty and the main tenance of the constitutional rights of the people democrallc doctrine which ovaryetrue democrat FourthWe denounce the action of Gov Bradley In using and personally commanding the military force of the State to control the election and Inllm date electors at the election of Novem ber 1809 In violation of the constllu lion and laws of the Commonwealth Fifth Tho democratic party expresses the deepest and sincerest grief over the untimely end of Its distinguished leader and friend of the great Com moo People Gov William Goebel His name and tame is and will remain a sa cred heritage of the democrats of Ken rockySixthWe earnestly Invite the sup port by voice and vote of every sincere lover of civil and personal liberty to againstathe forces gathered under the of a government by assassination Tin true manhood of Kentucky can not und will not endorse assassination as the means to obtain possession of office and we appeal to every democrat and every good citizen of Kentucky to unite with tbe democratic party and thus express his detestation of a foul crime- e endorse the administration of Gov J C W Beckham and point with pride to rte submission to and steadfast fealty to the law during the most troub lous exciting and perilous days of the Commonwealth ASSASSINATION TRIAL oAt tbe trial Friday Mies Anna Wlcst of Louisville told bow olllcor of tbe law were kept out of the executive building at Frankfort Miss Snuffer of Wllltamsburg presumably an other of Powers sweethearts gave sensational testimony In letters to her Powers assumed responsibility for the mountain army and In conversation with witness pulled a pistol and expressed the determination to kill every damned one of tbe democrats Miss Snuffer also told of a visit with Capt Ed Parker an attorney for tho defense to Powers Powers said her testimony would be very damaging and offered Juavo the State toAnakatwho testified Friday was the strongest witness yet against Powers Ho swore that Powers told him bo wanted as many desperate men as possible lutsen to Frankfort locrowd around the place where the contest b uoumanner as to intimidate the election commissioners and give the governor ao excuse for sailing out the militia Charles Finley also said the same ihlng He wanted him to go to Fort Thomas and get some smokeless pow der In speaking of the qontest Powers said It wont amount to damn After Goebel is dead there Isnt another democrat In the Suite who can hold the party together as he has done Powers also said to him Bob I un letstand you have two men In your company and that If you told them you wanted a certain man killed be would be found a corpse the next morning Witness also Implicated Assistant Ad jutant General Dixon in the plot Jan uary 25th Powers said the trouble would not last long Goebel has not much longer to live The most searching cross examination Saturday failed to shake Noake Leetlmonybut on the contrary strengthened It Ed Sielllck a Well tern Union messenger boy who was on the Cap tot steps when Goebel was shot stated positively that the fatal shot came from the executive building and that at the time a rllle barrel was sticking out of the window of the secretary of States Dlllce Col Campbell tells how he got on to Noaks knowledge of the assassination business He went to Big Store Gap and representing himself as a capital 1st won his confidence and got his story In addition to what he told on the witness stand Noaks told about the largo sums of money he had spent In politics for the L N people Lt Rlcketts of the Barbourvllle company testllled yesterday that Yout sey said he had SIOO to pay for having joebel killed On the day of the as 1 thatsomething tome some of his mon were posted at the door of Caleb Powers office to as slst the escape of the murdererW P Reeder deputy clerk of Knox said that Finley told him on Jan 28 that Goebel would be killed in three or four days Janitor Watts testified that Hoi land Whittakor said that he came thereto protect Willie and see that Willie got his rights The prospect Is that the trial will continue for three weeks longer The prosecution is expected- to finish Its testimony this week Just before tho close of the forenoon session there was a sensational colloquy between Judge Cantrlll and oxGov Brown senior counsel for the defense the judge accusing the lowyer of make Ing political speeches to the jnry A check of Flnloy for 1200 for ex ponscs of transporting tho mob of mountain desperadoes to Frankfort speaks very plain English In the laves tlgatlon of iho gulltof the accused as sasslns of Goebel Indianapolis Sent aol The governor of Alabama ordered an Immediate trial of a Negro at Hums villa accused of assault and 1000 armed moo are walling to see if the verdict suits them Hustonville Fair Aug i 2 3 PREMIUM LIST FIRST DAY Southdown buck any age i6 00 Ewe any age 5 00 Buck lamb under 1 year 6 00 Ewe lamb under 1 year 5 00 Horse colt 10 00 Mare colt 10 00 Mare and coltv 10 00 Saddle gelding any age 15 00 Saddle ware ege 16 00 Suckling colt either sex by any sire season for 1001 to Red Leaf 25 00 Jack under 2 rears 10 00 Jack 2 years end under3 1000 Jack any age 10 00 Jennet under 1 year 10 00 Jennet any age 10 00 Suckling colt either sex by Gaston 16 00 Colt either sex by Dignity Dare season 20 2nd pre cash f10 30 00 Draft or gelding 10 00 Boy ridei under 15 15 00 Goat or pair of goats driven 5 00 Mare and mule colt either sex 10 Od Mule mare 10 00 Mule colt either sex 10 00 Mare mule colt 10 00 Mule 1 year ROIl under 2s10 00 Mule 2 years and over 10 00 Mule colt by Balsam season 10 00 Handsomest boy under 1 year 5 Double team speed style dc 40 SECOND DAY CATTLE FOil 1IKKF PURPOSES Bull calf under 1 ear 10 00 Hull calf 1 year and under 10 On Bull 2 years andover 10 00 Bull any age 25 00 Heifer call under 1 year 10 00 Heifer 1 rear and under 2 10 Heifer 2 years and over 10 Cow any 15 New York addle mare or gelding 15 Pair iiftucs or gelding 20 Roadster mill or gelding 30 Girl baby under 1 yr from Gassy 10 Stallion or gelding yr under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 10 Mare 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and over 15 Gelding 4 years and over 15 Stallion or gelding 2 yrs under 3 10 Stallion 3 years and under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 gell1lnglroHoadster Worst Turnout 20 T1IIRDDAV Stallion jnare or geldng 1 under 2 10 Mare 2 years and under 3 15 Mare 3 years and under 4 10 Mare 4 years and over 15 Stallion mare or gelding 2 under 3 10 Stallion or gelding 3 and under 4 10 Stallion 4 years and over 20 Stallion any age 25 Phaeton Pony under 15 hands 10 llockaway ware or gelding 15 Walking Stallion mare or guiding 15 Fancy saddle mare or gelding 20 Fancy Turnout 20 Model 10 Mare or 20 lLetteat- oabyngunduryca 26 Stallion mare or gelding any age160 W D HOCKER Secretary IresidcntJVM LANDGItAIiI Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to democratic union SOUTHDOWN BUCKS I have for sale some pur Southdown lluclti ant r un pr re lo handitenIndmna Iwe J II loach at Cooks Sprlo poalol e Rowland Kjr POSTED hereby notify the public that my land Is pott ed and that nult no hunting or treopu- log olany kind on It Violator will b to the full extent of the law M nnhheI OLD MOCK WHISKY d Ocorgo D catlicrford has a contract for FULL CONTROL AKD SALE ot Old Mock Whisky In Ilustouvllle Ky 110 MOOK Danville Ivy FRITH HOTEL r FBAHCISMIProprietcr AT DEPOT BRODHEAD KY Bat Hotel In the mountains rates considered Iorter meet all trains Sjieclal attention to true sling men 1Y S BEAZLEY D DS Lancaster Ky Teeth Extracted Without Pain With VltalUrd Air Physician In attendance ifflce In the New Thompson Building 7So Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster r Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds aplendad table Everything firstclass Porter meet all trains B9 THAMES H VRIGHTIIs a cnndldikto for Assessor ty subject to the uctlon tparty democrallcI DINK FARMER IIc1lionyour support JOHN C PEPPLES Countysubjectty Your support II solicited DL B Innirr MI EU PBTTITT BBOTESSS MORELAND KY For Furniture Undertaker Goods And Livery- A very reliable ninck Mare suitable for la dies to drive and two livery liorsos for sale tSTOnr Livery U In Good Shape JIWI PARKHILL MeD HOMEOPATHIC PSYS1C1AN xporloncetnotTers hU service to the public of Stanford and vicinity Special attention given to chronic cases oppwefte Court louse over lIeazley lime Livery Stable Cake hours from to S r Special SALE 150 SUITS To Close O- utEclowAtS Cost To makorcaJy for Fall Stock Now Is- Your Chance To get a Nlrn Suit of Clothes cheaper than you er did btfo c Gum ins a THE FIFTH AVE ROTEL Louisville Ky The most centrally located and only FJeSTOLASSHotel In the city making a 2 RATEOne block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the three principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all puts of- Tbo City Everything neat and clean EXCURSIONThrough NIAGARA FALLS AUG 9TH Return Limit August 20th 1000 AND MICHIGAN CENTRAL 7 From Cincinnati Low Kates from tributary points One of the most trips in all the world to Americas greatest wonder Apply to any C Htt D Hy Agt for descriptive leaflet I G fcDWARDS Paaa Traffic Mgr Cincinnati 0 IT IS ONE TilING fboundThat causes people to buy where their Interests are protected Every department of our establishment shows the most reliable of goods at the LOWEST OF PRICES SPECIAL r 600 Palm Ladies Dongola Patent Tip Coin Too Dress Shoes worth f150 go thlIweek for COc Domestics Checked Shirting Cotton worth 7c goes this week for 4c Good 1W Ticking 5c Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton fc 31 Inch Bleached Cotton oc 61 Red Table Damask fut color 25c CGInch Bleached Table Damask 5c Notions and Furnishings 3 Spools Machine Thread lOc 10 Dozen Ladles Fast Black leimlcu HOllow JO Dozen 25c Tan J Hole to close this week for 15c fens Fancy Balbriggan Underwear worth SI goes this week for 48c- Mens Silk Bosom Shirts worth 11 ape chat this week COc Good grade summer CcnoU at 24o Good quality nice fitting Corsets In Pink Blue or White worth SI In this sale 4ac Ladles Shirt Waists in Lawn Percale or Gingham 39cr Louisville Store For Linen Dress Skirts ISc- Uluo Duck Skirts elaborately trlmmetl worth tlO for iOeIHough Effects in fine quality Crash Skirt OOc Clothing Hoys Wash Pants lOc Boys Linen Coats well wade for 39c Men Linen Suite tl liens Linen Pants 48c Mens odd Linen Coats OOc Mens black Worsted Pauls Pairs Mon lllue put on the this week OSeejWe will not put thing In clothing to be next summer We will make will astonish you Wo will make it to your Interest to buy a suit for next Summer They must go price wo knoW will move thorn Shoes 100 Pain Ladles top tan Oxfords ran Shoes worth fUO OSc Mens Vlci Kid coin toe patent tip tires shoes for 160 ta01111SHLINGER BROS PRORS rC RANTI3Y MGR 1 S BIO LINE OF I IfJL OTi HINJIFor Men joys anti Children 01ODD PANTS H SPECIALTY h8 See our Line of Custom Made Pant at 250 to 1123 per pair W E PERKINS l Crab OrchnrS Ky Lc t THE FOX ART GALLERY DANVILLE KY This Is now the most uptodate Gallery In Central Kentucky having been re orltlcalclenceTHESE LENSES FLATTERJust received large stock of the very Latest Designs if Jtfouldi gs pictures Ftl ulre a taint F frame llhen in DanvIlle call end sea us and get our Price Wa will save you moneyI I ThlrJ Street Opposite Post Office Danville Ky ifif0 W WIIUD1BERTS DRUGGIST Sells The Best Paint Made Try Neals Carriage Paint Prescriptions carefully filled day or night Patent Medicines of almost every find Beautiful line of Stationery Blank Hooks of ovary description Office Long Distance Telephone Southern Mutual Investment Go- OF LEXINGTON KY Over 253000 paid in Living Benefits Over 120000 Reserve null Surplus Have You Seen a Sample ofiOur New Endowment BondfIf not write to the home office for literature or call on our nearest agent for an explanation of its terms and condltlors Some of Its Strong Points It returns 1150 and five per cent Interest for the average time for each dollar paid In 2 Stock taken now will all be matured from eighteen to twentyfour months with a large part redeemed in a much shorter time 3 It is matured in consecutive order consequently all element of chance Is elimina ted Now is the Time to Subscribe The sooner you begin the sooner will your coupons begin to mature further Information address J C BAILEY Local Agent Stanford Ky market positively vesting 60c- Mens A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary Lexington Ky 0THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JULY 24 1900 EO WALTON BUSINESS MANAGER THE boat materials combined with eklll and accuracy Insure good If cArol te No aro over tided In our prescription work Penny Drug Store PERSONALS Mn J R FAUUIS it over from Lox IngtonB IIOLTZCLAW IB rejoicing over the arrival of a eon MRS LEWIS Picas of Kansas City Is ColToyi continues 5erlow with typhoid fever Miss MATTIE PAXTON loft this morning for Martlnsvlllo Ind JAMES F CUMMINS and Wearer Hughes went to Cincinnati Sunday Miss MAROUEIUTK SALLEE a Som erect beauty Is visiting Miss Jennie Lynn R WALTON EAST LAND of Owenton was here Sunday to coo a pretty lady friend MRS MATT WOODSON and children of Mlddlciboro aro with Mr and Mn Q J Crow MRS R 0 HOOKER ant daughter and Miss Uattlo Fowler went to Rich mond Saturday MRS A MYERS and little son Norman left Sunday to visit relatives at Columbus O MRumMnsJW PERUIN have j another child at their homo a boy the first In seven years MR AND MRS JAMES It BEAZLKY rejoice over the birth of a daughter which arrived Saturday MR John FRANK PETTUB who bad f a blood vessel to buret In his head from heAt was better yesterday MISSES ETHEL AND DOLUF HALEY have returned to their father A F Haleys at Lebanon Junction 1MI99 SALLIE LYNN wont to Danville to visit her brother J C returned to rolathej a visit to bor and Tim Pen nlngton Jr of Mlddlciboro were guest at Judge J W Alcorns JEssE F COOK of the Lexington Union Stock Yard I spent several days with his parents at Cooks Spring THE Mt Vernon Signal says that t Mr John W Rout of Stanford was t thoro to organize a lodge of Red Men EDITOR Louis LANDRAM of the boroII 6llnll- MR E J TANNHR who had an at tack of something like appendicitis li well enough to go to his store at Mo Kinney MR O P liAKNHILL who It can t J vas ing for Centra College was here Saturday and secured several pupils for tho next term MR J M FORSYTHK of Harrodi burg was hero Saturday and Sunday to I sea Miss Georgia West who Is with Mrs Alice Lytle MR LAWRHNOK STONE of Donlson Texas representing tho Chamberlain Medicine Co of Des Moines la hero advertising Its excellent remedies LITTLU Miss VIRGINIA MAIIONY daughter of Rev and Mrs R B Ma bony has issued Invitations to her birthday party at 4 to 0 this afternoon JACK BRAZLRY received a postal from Sam W Monofoe at Sulste Switz erland this A1 Ho It having a great tfmo ho says It took 10 cents to bring tho pottal over A MONTGOMERY ALA paper says thus Charley McICInnoy a nephew of Supt J L McKlnuoy is with tho Oth Infantry wblcn sutTercd terribly In China and his friends arc anxlout for his safety Missus JENNIE AND MARL WAR REN Joined Miss Christine Bradley and 15 Frankfurt young Indies at McKinney Saturday and wont with thorn to Cum borland Falls whore Miss Bradley will give a house party for two weeks UOLUAM STUAItT who was hero Sunday told us that bu and his broth er had sold their storeroom and hall at Corbin to Alex Frost for 91700 and their stock of goods to J II Mitchell Mr Stuart undecided ui to his fu Lure DR ED ALCOICN gore things mixed up again in his letter to tbo Advocate from Huslonvllle Just see what bo aye Wm Mastorson Bogle wlfo and children of Owanebort are with his mother Mr Ba children are conspic uous for their absence LOCALS CRAU OnciiAHD SPRINGS CltAli OKCIIAHO SlMUNOS now open SADDLES good and 4 cheap Geo H Forrls Co PIn bushels of chicken feed for SI J H Baughroan d CoaWANTED To loan 1000 Address I Lock Box 102 Stanford Ky 3t- WANTEDTo I exchange coal for hay corn and oats Higgins Sims Phone 44aGEO II FAUUIS Co received an order for 40 buckets of blackberries from Bourbon county IT rains some nearly overy day and ruins many a nubbin Tho corn crop la very lIDO In this county MAD DooA dog belonging to Grimes Beazley wont mad and tried to bite everything and everybody ut J 0 Poppies who ended his existence with a shot gun t I FRESH Cakes Candles kc at Warren d Shanks HBALTHQIVINO waters at Crab Or chard SpringsaYouu account Is past duo and wo need tbo money Please settle Hill t BeekaCOOLEST and boat place in Kentuck to spend tho hot weather Is Crab Orch ard Springs WANTED to rent my blacksmith shop and tools or hire a good black smith W S WIlt ham Moroland MONEY Jurors of tbo February and Juno courts will bo glad to bear that Trustee George L Penny has received the money to pay them W n DHADY couldnt stand being Idlo long and Is again selling goods He bought out Dexter Hallow Saturday and will add to the stock at once TilE special train to the Richmond fair tomorrow Wednesday will leave hero at 8 A M and return after the trots One faro the round trip THE High Bel comp meeting scored a killing the first day S P Morton of Lawrcnccburg killed Chas Bell of Ilarrodsburg with a rock I HAVE rented D S Carpenters stable at Ilustonville and will bavo a good place to attend to your horse dur ing tbo fair Come to see me II S Jones niaaiNS k SIMS throw up tho job of delivering lea yesterday and most of their patrons went without It hot as It was Perrin A Monefec will deliver It hereafter Tile Stanford Hop Club Rive a swell ball on the evening of Aug 3 when Saxton will furnish the music coming from Qustonvlllo here the last day of tho fair MiSS BAUIIEE will appear In her celebrated sketches The Darkey In Song and Story assisted by Mrs Ed win Curry at the Presbyterian church llustoqvlllo Thursday evening Aug 2 IP tbo good women have it to soil will bring some butter to town they will receive not only the thanks of a butterhungry people but a good prlco for It That article was never so scarce at this season GARKARD democracy Is In good shape and tbo nomination of Gov Beckham suits them all rlllhtMr Verkcs will get no democrats and If ho polls his full party strength In that county he will do well Garrard county demo cratn are made of the right kind of stuff A WFHIC from tomorrow the Uu ton vlllo fair will begin The propecta for a successful meeting aro very flattering while from a social standpoint the belles and beaux will make It tbo most enjoyable fair ever hold In the West End Go and tell your friends to do likewise POnT dollars to the double team 830 to the bet roadster maro or gelding el60 to the best saddle Aalllon maro or gelding ISO to tho best road ster mare or goldlng 8160 to the best roadster stallion mare or gelding are some of the liberal premiums offered itt the Hustonylllo fair next week ANT J reporter saw Mr Don V Smith of Somerset at Lexington the other day and speaking of his nomina lion for Congress be said I Intend to make an active canvass and work and speak In every county of my dill dont expect to win but I Ipromle you Lwlll make Mr Boreing hump himself or lose a thousand or so of the republican majority LOST Ins MIND Howard Johnson the in year old son of Wm Johnson of the Mltlcdgeville section was adjudged a lunatic In Judge Baileys court yes tordar Ho was a very bright boy and until a week ago showed no signs of In sanity He begun then to act queerly and since became violent He was taken to Lakeland yesterday by Depu ty Sheriff Pearson Mlllor who was ac companied thither by the boys father THE horse that MrJ M Pettus and Miss Cullln Horton were driving Saturday afternoon became unmanageable while coming down Lancaster street and ran at breakneck speed through It crowing the foqt bridge at the creek and smashing Its head through the side of tho engine house and falling Strange to say the buggy was not overturned and the occupants were not hurt nor was any damage done except to the building named LAWLESS Tho Lexington Herald says that Mr James U Lawless died at St Josephs Hospital Sunday morning aged 73 On Sept 11847 ho was marred to Miss Mary Lore Joplin of Mt Vernon a woman distinguished for her personal beauty and high family con lection and they lived for a long time at Crab Orchard removing to Loxlng ton In 1SSO He was a member of the Christian ohurcb a Mason and a veteran of the Mexican war His wife died exactly a year before his death One laughter Mrs Mary L Scott alone survives TilE Colored District S S Conven tion which met In the Baptist church here newly painted and decorated was attended by 84 delegates who were well entertained by the church which put orth every effort to that end Miss Belle Frye of Danville was elected president who mado n graceful presid lug olllcer Mrs N Campbell of Som BMet was chosen vice president In oratory and ability to handle the Sab bath school question and In raising money for educational work the con vention was the greatest In the history of tbo district It was In session three days and raised 8 12473 a HAMILTON for good watch work jFon a good quietest try Crab Orchard SpringsaCLOTIIINO and HatStock will be closed out at cost for cash G II Far rls Sc Co DONT no deceived Wo can furnish you life sized pictures for less than any agent can Maggie Sacray ALL kinds of fresh groceries at low est prices Wo handle Ice Leave order for It Perrin Mcnefco Phone 71aTOM GILL Is said to have fired flyo show at Tom Hate an uncle In the Knobs Sunday but none of tbo bullets bit him Fon SALE CHEAP My twothird undivided Interest In 05 acres of unlm proved land at Crab Orchard Purchas er can have use of all the land Ad dress Immediately Mrs Elleu Hlatt Lancaster Ky LIUERAL Supt Garland Singleton came In Saturday and gave us 33 for the fund to pay the expenses of Hub ble Alvcreon and Embry In getting clear of the U S court on tbe charge of election intimidation LiBERTY FAmAt a meeting held at Liberty yesterday It was decided to bold a three days fair beginning Sept 18 and continuing three days F P Combcit was selected president and A P Young secretary good selections DEATH Elder J B Crouch rccelv ed a dispatch yesterday that his wlfos mother Mrs Sophia Cordes died at Mt Clement Mich where she bad gone for her health with one of her daughters while Mrs Crouch kept house for her The remains will be brought to her homo In Cincinnati and Mr Crouch hat gone to attend the funeral Mrs Cordes was a member of tbo Baptist church and said to be a vory devout Christian woman A hue band and eight children survive her and for them especially Mrs Crouch many friends deeply sympathize DlLLION Of ysis after a months confinement F W Dllllon familiarly known as Dock died at his homo In Crab Orchard Friday afternoon aged about 65 Ho was twice married first to Miss Lockle Saunders who bore him six children one of whom Mrs W M OBryan Is dead the others Mrs James Pugh Mrs Wm Burke Miss Lockle and Frank and Oliver surviving and the latter being In the army in the Pbllpplncs His last wife was Mrs Crockett WIl more a sister of hlo tirst There were no children by the latter uplon Mr Dllllon was In the revenue service and his friends speak of him as an unusually kind and clever man Eld J G Livingston preached tbo funeral die course and a large number of friends followed tbe remains to tbolr lost resting place HON R isolate who was on the committee on resolutions at the Lexington convention Is strongly for amendments to the election law so as to make It beyond cavil fair and just and thinks Oov Beckham will call an extra session of the Legislature to that end Mr Warrens democracy Is of tho moat stalwart order and his record of 30 years as an uncompromising party man gives his opinions force and weight He believes that the democ racy does not desire nor could It af ford to keep a law on the statute books which even a minority believes unfair and deco the new election law has brought us nothing but a heritage of woo ho Is heartily for making it so nonpartisan fair and just that no man who calls himself a democrat can object to It and no republican will bo able to use It to obscure the real issues of tho campaign which are law and order- aguinatlawiessneas and usurpation and self preservation against assassination 4 NEGRO KILLED Arthur Hooker shot George Garnctt another Negro as ho was going from the Deep Well Woods picnic Saturday night from the effects of which ho died Sunday Ho was struck five tiroes twice la the arm twice In his body one ball going Into his kidneys and a linger was shot bIT It seems that Uocker took a girl to the picnic of whom Garnolt was also enamored Alter It was over he at tempted to tako her bouts when Hock or objected The girl preferred to go with locker and that angered Garnctt who jerked her bat oil and tore It to nieces locker claims that ho struck at him and then It was that ho began uftel1wardtJand so Informed Judge Bailey when hu came to town and delivered himself up The judge told him to come in again yesterday morning and bright and ear ly he was on handt1 warrant charg ing him with murler was issued and ho was lodged In jail to await examina tion Turusday next- CHURCH NATTERS Elder J G Lhln ton will preach at Pine Grove next Sunday at 11 A M Elder C E Powell will begin a protracted meeting at McCormucks next Sunday Lightning struck a church at Chat l1eldO while a funeral was In prog rose and injured 26 persona two proba bly fatally Cyrus B Fockler older of DOles Zion church at Mansfield 0 was lynched by an Infuriated frenzied mob of 5000 citizens All the members of tbe Baptist church are earnestly requested to be present next Sunday as business of Importance is to be transacted Our friend Mr A N Taylor writes follows Please announce In the INTERIOR JOURNAL that a new Christian church has just been completed at Junnvllle and will ba dedicated on Sunday July 20th Elders J Q Mont gomery and Z T Williams will preach dedicatory sermons Latter If our patto and has just returned from n tour of Palestine and European cities All arc Invited to bear him and got dinner 01 tho ground all dayALAND STOCK CROPS IC sleersforllaicW I Hcrrln sold to Wm Perkins a bunch of heifers at 814 Taylor House sold to Ed Allen a five yearold gelding for 830 J bL Ores bought of Richard Hob neon his farm of 43 acres for 91325 I will stand my Polled Angus bull at my place at 92CO J W Baugbman Owsloy Cox and Mies Annie Hays both of Garrard will be married Wednesday Georgo T Wood sold to O P Hull man 20cattle for July 20 to Oct 10 de livery at 31o D N Prowitt bought of J E Lynn 45 stock ewes at 14 and of Mlddleton Lynn 30 at I7Q A Hardln county woman gathered 180 gallons of raspberries from an acre oj land and sold them for 572 80 J G Riddle sold to J E Holman 30 ewes at 9375 and to Lawson S Fox 214 lambs at 4c and 30 wethers at lIe WANTED to buy all the wheat In West Lincoln for which highest mar ket price will be paid McKinney Mill log CoaC T Sandldge and McAlliter Bros left for the Richmond fair yesterday with a good string of show horses a trotter and a pacer Lutes do Co sold four butcher cows to G W Camden at 3c to J C Lynn some butcher hogs at 4ic and to a Jes samine man 200 sheep at 1375 The corn crop In the United States this year If not injured by drouth will bo the largest ever harvested It Is estimated at 2240770000 bushels Bluegrass Hamblctonlan a stallion for which E P Neal 11 years ago paid 10000 died as the result of a rupture He was 17 years old and had a record of 217 R E Goddard offers a season to Red Leaf for the best suckling colt either sox at the Hustonyllle fair It will take the place of ring No 10 In the catalogue iLutol A Co have sold to Eugene Uerkele 100 stock ewes at 4c nod bought of W S Corrie 200 nl375 They also sold four good butcher cows to Geo Camden at 3c Bob Woods tolls us he will have a three year old stallion by Eagle Bird a filly by same and a worldbeating mare mule ready to receive blue ties at the Hustonvlllc fair next week Judge J W Hughes sold to D N Cogar 5000 bushels of wheat at SOc and half of the rise In six months if there is any B F Saunders has bought the Nat Lafon farm of 440 acres for 915000 Darrodaburg Democrat Miller Cloyd of Bohoo community told last week to Messrs Hill Co of Garrard 45 stock hogs at 6c B F Sanders shipped and sold this week 600 tat hogs for which they received Sic They also shipped lambs for which they received OJo Harrodsburg Dem ocratLANCASTER COURTOnly about 60 cattle were on the market yesterday and but few of them were sold A few- iltelJrs sold at close to 5o several belt era ut 31 to 4o and some butcher rattle at 3 to 3c A few mules changed hands at 975 to 9110 but no horses were offered The crowd was small- MATRIMONIAL Robert Bowling aged 80 was mar vied at South Bend mad to Miss Susie Lutl1 rap aged 25 Thomas Glllls and Miss Stolla Sut ton of Wllllamsburg were married on a raft In the Cumberland Herman Strouser killed his divorced wife at Evansville Ind because she refused to give him money to buy beer with and then blow his own brains out Henry Orraan son of Charles Orman of Boyle secured marriage license yesterday to marry Miss Mary Roberts the pretty daughter of Mr Evan Lyon of the Turnersvlllo section The wed ding will occur tomorrow When that Garrard county man ap plied for marrlrgo license hero eomo weeks ago and got hustled oil to lull for of getting married IIelrunkenoeil9lnatead the whole matri not a whispering intimation of a desire to get married has been beard around the courthouse since In fact the last license for white people was issued Jane 15thI Winchester Democrat NEWSY NOTES Louis T Payuu died In Boyle aged 87 In Brooklyn alone 6SO babies died lust week mostly from heat A dispatch from Shanghai says the ministers were alive July 18 Joe Wagner aged 17 was drowned while bathing near Owonsboro Buzzard U a new poatoliico in PulaskI and W H Bryant Is postmaster Lou Bush of Winchester drowned ills illegitimate child In a rain barrel At Maysvllle Policeman Robert Thompson shot and killed Charles Skinner who was resisting arrest At Lexington J II Ludwig u car pentor shot and killed Mark Stevens a car repairer after a quarrel and fist fight William Morrison stabbed and killed Corby Dean at Frankfort because the latter went with his daughter against his wishes Last week 200 Insurgents and 12 Americans wore killed in the opera Ions In tbe Philippines according to iQlclal reports from Manila Near Owensboro Sunday Robert Bryant aged 70 years a wealthy farmer was shot to death by Samuel Kelly ASe n dissipated brother In law who Is causerThe Campania a big cut the Embleton In two In dense fog In Irish Channel and 12 were drowned The Campania was but little Injured Count Castellane who married Miss Anna Gould of New York fought a duel with swords with Count Orlowsk outskirts of Paris and whipped IhlmThe United States believes the way is clear for an advance on Pekln and Is determined once relief Is effected to withdraw from China and leavo the other Powers to their bickerings Rather than leave the Marborougt Club William Waldorf Astor publish ed an apology to Capt Milne This step Is said to have been forced by the Prince of Wales Willie had cbarg cd tbat tbo captain came to his social function uninvited- A committee of tho Independents organized In New York and will meet In Indianapolis today to decide on a plan for the selection of a third ticket on which the Independents gold democrats antllmpcrlallsta and others car unite Tbev ought to nominate Taylor SEED WHEAT 400 BU MICHIGAN FULTZ This U fresh Northern Seed The crop of 1899 made a yield of 31 bushels per acre Tho crop of 1000 made 23f bushel per acre on corn ground with a heavy stand of tim othy Address W M URIOHT Stanford SALE OF LAND AND STOCK re4liesw4 Saturday Sept 1st IOOO lien farm containing xcv s AC asa or bluegrass land well Improved with rid bouuofaeTen room well spring garden orchard te TaaulIalr rub balance In month with Interest ItMneulonglrenuaooau term are corn plied with At aame time I will sell some Uortet and Cows sale at 10 sharp II SINGLETON Admr DrsSlavin it PhillipsO- STEOPA THISTS win be In Panrllle Monday W dnedara and Fridays Will la In Stanford Tuoxlari Thursday and Sat urdays Office In the IVnnln ton HullJInj Stanford UI lice hours 9 to 12 x llotr OSTEOPATHY This Science originated nd developed by Ur tieprlaclplano surgical operation and claims blog super naturalsteomlhyriewmanaamachine of so many parts lu keynote li adjustment When all parts ale properly adjusted and not orerworkid health Is the result Some of the dlseaaa treated by iu Nerroui rruntratlon headaches Neuralgia Ubeumatlitu Catarrh Weak Eye liranulatetl Lids ioltre lAlnUpaUonIllash and InfMlinil treuhla tll aMnf tone ud Joints lurraturrs Dislocations hillf Jolnli Iaralisls Incontinence or Urine Locomoior Alas la remain Ulteases a speelaltf onsultatlou Free The Green StoleHU- STONllILLG New Stock of Dry Goods Notions Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings c They were all bought before recent ad areIgoods went up See my new line of Hot VcatljerClothing Low Cut Shoes and Straw Hats JAMES FRYE IIWNiUiiiiii iiiiiil1 = STYLISH RELIABLE S Recommended by Leading S Dressmaker A = ti They Always Please = MgCALLp S NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE E alln are sold In randy Ctyan4IOwateth Vnlttd Sum Itvourdtiltrdoes not keep them c ttoue Cent sumps 5 Addroour realist n41 = TilE McCALL COMPANY uo to 146 W Uth Strut Ne York g S SRANCaorrtcae- tx 8p PI1th Ave Chicago end tort Market St San Francisco I MAGAZINE DrlzhUU Magazine Published Contains Beautiful Colored Plates Illustrates Latest Patterns Faih Ions Fancy Work Arn ts IntTtry locality eeaWulprmlumfora1i01i- work Writ for Itrms ulsis Subif tlpilon only OOo par year Including a FREE Fattim addmi THE McCALL CO 138 to 146 W 14th St New York- HNNNHMYINWNIW xis TRADE1WIT r Higgins Sc McKirinby STANFORD K- YComfort I Is What You WantTbts lot Weatherr Then Go To Hj McRoberts 4 For that Golf Hat latest thing outLinen Hat Straw Hat A Cool Soft Silk Or Madras Shirt Low Cut Shoes and Serge Coats and Vests 1Ij t a Cleaning up you aro to get or ffa Ladles and Childtcns Slippers We are offering Mens I BLACK TJN t 145iShoeS solid good goods at IVlcl fine Tan Shoes sold for f293 to it at ShiO and 2 75 81lpprs at 75c W1- r Childrens S Ippors at O- cJsl Jadies Oxfords the It JEILElrn 8 MABJB r tsNAtf Chidrens s 145ISU All Black OXFORDS r ti1AtReduced Prices SEVERANCE a SONS Opposite Court House 31 i YE ifactsUMost Merchants dent lu claims wo deal In HANAN SONS Builders of GENTS FINE- FOOTWEAR V Make the highest class of Shoes manufactured and supply moro of tl e Aristocratic Trade Than any other manufacturer We handle them in Patent Calf Patent Vic PlaIts Vlci Vallous Calf and Enamel Calf For medium priced wear we continue to baa die our old line made by Helmas Bcttmau do Co 83 to f450 i JOHN P JONES Stanford Look Out For Next Weeks Ad d A ALLEN a CO v Contractors And Builders STANFORD KY Have now a complete stock of Ilulldlng Material Yellow Pine Flooring Celling Doors Sash Blinds and oil of Dressed mid Rough Lumber Rooting to t Ioiu c Wo pake estimates on any ktad of work wanted Office opposite Dr L Icu Casks tllEIN1H1QR JOURNAL SnlcTtd n the pottqfflce at Stanford at tecorulclau matter i anrSrrtrSa Tn1- 1r 81 PER YEAR CASH a Whttfnot MpitdfflaOO will be chillfedI KNOXVILLE OIVISIOttI 21 Train eolne forth m 241am south I2 33 m 23UII2p1llFor alllPoInti KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION No i Arrrlreiat Stanford at 108 No Leaves Sunford at 210 So ATTkei ICowland at 1200 Ko 22 Leaves Stanford at 2SO r QUEEN CRESCENT Trains colng South raM Junction City No ON nOtop So 3 1150 P NoS 1122AM- Oolnj No bO p South No 21 dojjnH itop No4 34SA No 6 t I t FRANKFOKT AND CINCINNATI Train len Frankfort t 65O J40rM tanti11 II connecting at Georj town with the Q tt C leAn PrIt V30 x and 840 r u reaching Frankfort after connectln with IJ AO trainiat 1120 MTIOP Mand nrTile latter train Icarei for Oeorsetown at is r J UNEWTONU I A SOUTHERN RfllLWAY ON KENTOOCV CnnM Sctitdite la Effitt MJ to 1800 TjlRTUOtJND NO L NO II iLv Louisville Tiiam 400pm 745pm- Ar ShelbyvlUe9lOtm rpm SORrm- Ar Larenecbe fttoam 4Ipm 945pm Ar Versailles Id Sam 647pm laoipm I Ar Lezlncton 1045am 715pm 1030pm WItIlTBOUND o 6 liT Leilnttoniajam 4S5pm 515am Ar Vcrs lltcL 7C6am B0pm 5SSam Ar Ltrrncebc SOam pm 53aui Ar SbelbyTllle 910am 615pm 810am Ar LoutS1tUe ia40am 740pm TOam IA3TBOUHD yi5TBOUtU- Ka 13 lrJo Tll rrATtoas No liJP400pm 74SamLiT LoulsTll Arl 4opIflia4oam- pmt laooun 630pm R lOam 711pm ia43amlArHarcxlabgLT 440pm 710am TSOpm 1aanirr llurcln LT 430pm 7IOau XASTBOUmX WC3TBODHD fr3 tNo67 RTATtOIlB No litj400pm 75iun LT IxjulsTll Ar iT4 jKSSpm SlOtim LT Shelbrll Ar JlOam 615pm 647pm laatam LT Verslles Ar 750tm Sffipni 710pm 1110am Ar Midway LT 730am S40t m t4pm ILfiOam Ar OllOrl1o LV 7arn1Opm lASTDOUntX WISTDOLND two r1No SI BTAT1O1TS ItKa 6 tKa 2 745am 400pm LT LoulsrU Aria40am lasun 0pm Lf Vertllej AF2pm MIImI4mPIDIU8pm rrATIolIs No LNo II L1 Lulsvllle 74X ml 745pm Ar Lulnct lo4Im lt20pm Ar JOOrvllJe 100PDi 145aD 110pmlArAr JackOOlI11I e 1I51iDJ 11 Chattanooga 605pm ftSiam mlArMaconAr JacluonTiUe 830amtaoOpm LT Chattanooga A Hoam- Ar Iltrralncham haoepm 1145am 990pmArNo through sleeping car tioularllle to Ulr t Incham via Lexington and Chattanooga NO 5 free observation ebalrcar LouliTllla to Lexington No o free otnerratlon chair car Lexington to Zx nlirllle No 4 Meeplnccar DlrmlD sm to LouliTllla via Lexington All trains between Loulitlll Leilneton and Durctn dally- Between Venatlrn and Oeorcetown NOL ind Kdallj No 1and tdatIyexcept Sunday i Between Versailles Nlcbolatvllla Rich ion4 and irvine dallJyfzecpt Sanday tDallj except Sunday Other trains dally TSQjli OieM VPaGM J M CtJLFT M Washington D C Washlnutcn DG WATt KGPA wuaTATLocAaWashington C LouUTlllo Kft i Cum erlnQ Flls Hotell NOW OPEN Fare bettor than ever Fishing season In full blast Daily hacks to nnd from statIon Lots of amusements A model Summer resort Hrlto for catalogue and further panic ulars J B OWENS YON Parkers Lake Ky BEAZLEY lAYS- UDERTE1S DtULKIW IX Furniture MaUliigsRu s And Van Paper- They allkindsa call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY t1 C+ + McCiMY tt It Manufacturer and Dealear In JUS1TES5 SADDLERY 80IStanford Ky1 r t Sinco loss of hair la a plain woof of Intellect ther will bl general Interest In the recent reCoimoliitlon for Marches inailc bj Jackllonlotveraity based upon study of 300 cases of which wonderful to relate 112 were women lie finds says tho Philadel phia Times that the great majority led Indoor lives and belonged to thll ao called Intellectual class There you are More than half of them were nc tora architects bankers brokers housekeepers nurses physicians stu dents teachera and telegraphers wherefrom Dr Jackson concludes that It may fairly b inferred that an In tellectual Indoor life especially when coupled with worry anti nerve strain Is a predisposing If not a determining cause of baldness In per cent of the cases the hair began to thin out be fore the thirtieth year If one passes this period without the appearance of Incipient baldness the chances for keeping the hair are increased Dr Jackson blames baldness largely to heredity In 218 of the 300 cases dandruff was found yet dandruff may be present in large amount f6Jr years and the hair escape nil damage Dr Jackson concludes that loss of hair is much more frequent among women than among men Oh the artful scxt I gave the censusman the goby sand an Intelligent looking man at tltltone ot the hotelsS uperl reports the Chi Yet Deadcago Chronicle When asked why he did eo he amazed his hearers by saying it was all what they would call superstition lie believed if he mode n report something very dreadful would happen to him self his family or his business before the year is out He could give no rea fcon for believing eo only that he had an impression first and hen a dream warning him not to tell the enumerator anything under penalty of hav- Ing all sorts of evil conic upon him Ko mnn could be moro sincere than he was and so firmly fixed won he in his determination that ho frankly ad mitted ho would Buffer Imprisonment before ho would list himself nnd tam ily lIe waJ questioned by several men but to no purpose Tne 1nipre aba and dream were enough and he would not disobey the command for any consideration In nfl other re spects ho wner entirely sane A foolhardy performance whose perpetrators had no right o get off with their lives was the riding of two bicy cUds over the Erie railroad viaduct at Hanesboro N Yn few days ago This viaduct Is more than a quarter of a mile long and riw 300 feet from the ground It has no pathway between the rails but only a stone ooping foot wide along the outer edgeJi Henry Wesson and Eldridge Hart accom pUshed the feat which was certainly a magnificent exhibition of nerve and muscle but one does not wonder that they felt at the end that all the gold In the country could not induce them to repeat the venture In 1S78 Joseph Kingslnnd of Nut ley y J died dividing nn estate of 000000 among Ma daughters Margaret and Martha and his sons Rich ard and Joseph The will provided that so long the two daughters lived the sons should furnish hay and pasture for a horse nnd n cow for each The sons entered into an agree ment whereby Richard wiw to fur nish the hay and pasture for the horses and Joseph was to provide for the cows It is charged that the wid ow of Joseph the younger has since 1EOS refused to feel the cows and the sisters are suing her for such refusal A Kansas paper finding it Impos sible to secure enough subscriptions to guarantee weekly wages Issued the following valedictory 04S we said a Jew days ago in our initial num ber the dally would only continue till we could get over the town apclsee if It WAS wanted We find after a thorough canvass of the town that wo couldcount on about 12 a month ad veftisrag for it Tal Tel A capltol guide showing a party through the senate corridors a few days ago halted them before the statue of John Hancock and after they had admired it and Its unique Inscription led them away with this final bit olIn formation Hancock was a great man you know he wrote the Declara ion of Independence And not one of that party raised his voice in pro testThe sky over Philadelphia during the late republican national convention was dotted with bright red kites and to theta were attached American flags These flags were on lines running be ween the kites and these lines at the height at which the lutes fly could not be seen with the naked eye The effect therefore was of the flag fluttering with the blue sky as its background It is said at the war department that for every vacancy in either the tllltnry or Naval academy which the President lies the power of filling by appointment there are 100 ppplica ions WnTlngFang the ChlncM minister nt Washington thinks us very illogical lie says Von exclude the Chinese and then you talk of war because the Chinese want to keep you out of ChlrJn STORY OF A SLAVE To tie bound hind and foot for years ly the sgyerOeorge Mywifemid inu iru in in It aiuue Alter iw utUel of lilwtrlr littler ihtli wonUrfully 1mI oTf1 and alIlo Jo her own work Tills tii MIf1rouUOnlyCMrs Potter Palmer lost or had stolen a 17000 necklace In Paris Hot Coivelderti Malt tl1tll I think his marriage showed him to be a most considerate and kind hearted manII admit that ehea not beautiful but shes worth a mint of money and wouldnt hare suffered for a husband llerI ho showed for his cred itors Chicago Post It Look Snuplclom I believe you have been secretly mar ned to young Mr Noodle cried the irate father now ridlculousl replied his dnugh ter Well said her sire he used to come here at eight oclock and stay till 1130 and now he doesnt get here un til nine oclock and leaves at 1015 TitBits II1aIt Is first a nomination over which he has to fret And next Its on election that his arjlent hopes are set And when he gets elated and theres no where elso to climb He hustles to be chosen for the place other time anI In the midst of nn those duties statesman cannot shirk aI Tou wonderTvhere ho gets the time to his office work Washington Star TItUTII DCAIlKIl THAN GLORY t AhsoyouahnameisOawge named after Cnwge Washington I suppose Yes a long time after Chicago Inter Ocean Tile Tysery Solved She never smiles Has frowning TieWith bonds of Iron bound her Has care a long lean finger raised To cast some epell around her lisa ono 10 younc the lesson learned That true love la oft betrayed Ah not She never smiles because Her front teeth are decayed Chicago Dally News IAGreet SAving Whatfoah you weahs brack Deacon Ebony You am not II Ebony4 is economdal honey One brush do me loch a hat brush har brush clothes brush shoe brush and flesh brushX Y Weekly Why H Wna Irond Magistrate to prisoner Yon are charged with beating your wife Prisoner Yen yer honor an Im proud of It- 3agl5trateProud of it Prisoner Because ycr honor she weighs 20 pound moren meJritDIts- Vnueeesnry Mrs Hiram Offen Dinah I hope you didnt forget to wash the fish before you put it in to bake i New ServantsMali Lanl Avhut fur Ah gwlne wash a fish dots allbln in de wahtah all hits Ufe Catholic Standard and Times Ire Did Not Connt Inow many free lunches have you week Snodgrnss asked Skidmore ISir replIed Skidmore I am a eater not a lunch counter Town Topics Poor Woman Mrs Jones ha become anInfldel on unbeliever Yes she listened to so many stories from her husband explaining his late hours that she lost faith In every thlnglX Y World cot Just What lie Meant Her face he said desiring to voice his admiration of her frankness honesty Is like nn open book ltndI Yes replied her dearest she does talk a good tieal Chicago Post Proved Patient Look here youve taken out the wrong tooth This one is per fectly sound Dentists Assistant triumphantly And you distrusted my ability to take out even a loose onelN Y World Next to fits Wont Habit 10111 husband I presume like many other men Is addicted to the coffee habit Yes but I dont mind that as much as I do his clove habit Chicago Trib line Pond of Manic Patrlce I told Will if he kissed me Id scream t Patience And what did he say Oh he said he thought I had n very musical scream Yonkers Statesman UeeralnAibe lrUCesI lie might have been drunk or Just having a fit said the copper I own to n Joubt andcoudnt determine the lenst little bit though I cudgeled his brains tb find out Record QuIckerIlie Now if you money you nre aWay dsar just write for it She Whats the matter with tel- egraphingN Y World t a e DEAFNESS UE CUflKD liT local application u they cannot reach the ill aiteedi lortlon of the ear There li only one way to cur tleanew sad that U by cvmtltutlonal rrmedln Deafness lieauted by an inflamed ron dition of thi niuiwut lining the Kutlachlan Tube WbeD this tube Is Inllamed you bare a ruinbllaz mund or liiiifrftct hearing anti when It li entirely closed tedfflea li Iherciult and uilma the infl iuraa toil can ttaken out and tbU tube restored to its annual conilltlon hearing will be Ietroyetiurerer nine caea out of ten are cai ed Catarrh which U nothing but an inflamed con ditlou of the iiiurona iiirticvu We will give One Hundred IoUIn tir ai cue of Ocaleess au by catarrh tint caifnot rurid by llalli Catirf h Curo fiend for circulars free F J CHESWV A CO Toledo 0 Sold by Dnntjliti lie Halls Family Pilli are the but SAVE YOUR SKIN 1 How to Preserve Purify and Beautify the Skin and Complexion To preserve purify and beautify the skin nuil prevent plmplea blotches re ness roughness yellow oily mothy chanplujj and many other forms of skin blemishes no other skin or complexion soap li for n moment to bo compared with Cbitcunv because Ito other soap reaches thQ cause viz Fie clogged rrllatcc1 or IVfameJ conllition of the POU3 SAVE YOUR HAIR How to Prevent Falling Hair Scalp Humors and Dandruff Cleanse tho scalp and hair thoroughly with n wnnn shampoo of Cm CUUASovr rltiso with warm water dry carefully nutl u tlre liig of CuTlcruA purest of omolllcnts gently rubbed Ihto tho scalp Tills will clear the and haltPlinpic rcirnsiltuj nun im Aini iuireniu iiv scalp of crusts scales anti Itnilrull soothe Irritated Uclilng surfaces stimulate the hair follicles supply tho roots with cuer ami nourishment awl nmko tho hair grow upon a sweet wliolcsonic and healthy scalp when all else fulls SAVE YOUR HANDS How to Make the Hands Soft and White in a Single Night Bathe and soak the hands on retiring In n strong hot lather of CuriCCiU SOAl Dry thoroughly and anoint freely with tmcunv Olntmentftho great skIn euro and purest ot emollients AVcnr luring the gloves with the huger antis cut off For roth rough iaitletl hiantis- itry Itching feverish palms shapeless nail with painful linger ends this one niylit treatment is simply wonderful null a blucslug to all allllctcd with sore chapped rough or tender hands CuticuraTho Complete Internal Treatment for Eer CbnIUng of dmcctu ur to eleanMlhe skin of eruItIcaleaand loften the thickened cuticle CrricunA OtxTXCNTttO to lntanUy allay ItchlnlllnnammaUon soil Irritation sntsooti heal and KMOLTXXT Me to cool and Cleans th blood A biscLi BIT Ia once umdent to care thfmotttortnrlnRdliflirarlncand bamlllatlotf klnclp and blood humor with loi of hair when alt clw falls Sold throuthout tbe world IVrrrcn Dnco Cuss CORP Bole lrups lloiton Uaii All about tbe tikln Scalp and Hair tree i Stanford Female College Next Session will open September 3 1900 MRS NANNIE S SAUFLEY Pres Summer Excursions i nrcat trunk i CrescentIcxpcditiotisly C lIit D t I Special Low Excursion Rates i Are now in effect daily from alt points South over the Queen via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on Mountain Lake and Seashore Ticket to Mackinac IAticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take thence by the palatial steamer Manltou to Mixaklnic re C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II f U Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never I The famous resorts of the South arc also open otTeredII son at Rock Castle Springs Cumberland Falls Springs Tenn promises tobe the most successful Queen Crescent trains are palaces of travel Through Pullman sleepers dally all southern elites Parlor observation antI chair oars from Chattanooga Rome Attalla on day trains Free reclining chain from Chattanooga on night trains schedules perfect track No smoke no dust no cinders fromISend for free information ai In summer rvaort and Queen Crescent terries to Mitchell DP A Chattanooga Teim or call upon your ticket agent W J MURPhY General Manager W C RINEARSON Genl Passenger A CllCacculITtenes no need to go to the PARIS EXPO and iSc 19OO = 1314 15 16 11 IS == ipoo r 130000 August U Live Stock Trotting Mule Races Free ttraotionsTHE HUNGARIAN BOYS BAND 35 Fine Lads direct from Hungary la Deny Ooncerta 35 TilE WERNTZ FAM- ILYGMEJiBERSG Asrialists Supreme External Crescent New REMIUMs Thcco celebrated famlllea will give FREEPERFORMANCES each day In front of tIm grand stand Youll tiling FAM- HY8JMEMBERS8 The 8EC DJANWill Include the most gorgeous extensive attractive array of amuse meEt features tho highest priced the grandest aggro catlon of Oriental Morlum noverty features ever congregated under one management YOU cANT AFFORD TO MISS I- TIEW SHANKLJN Secretary Lexington rniironls See posters small hand blllfl Ice returned If we fall one sending lOur and dncriptlou of any Invention will- concerningthePatent sent upou request Iatenta secured through us advertised for sate at our expense Patents out through us receive ipectitl notice without cbarge11I Tun PATENT Rixouo an Illustrated circulated journal consulted by Manufacturers and Investors Send sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS 6 CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON FOX S LOGANr LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE DANVILL KENTUCKY Horses and Mules constantly on band and for nalo at all times W Logan Wood Manager r iyo = fmil verr and no Big Pond to tear 30000 Pacing Running MILITARY TilE DILLWORTH Unrivaled Acrobats JJLAand best nnd artists and dad Ky and taken IEXPERIENCe TRADE MARKSI Anrone leiullng a sketch and description may qiltcklr ascertain our an invention li probublr Mtentabln Communlc tlom strictly al Handbook on Iatenta sent tree tiblest taken m3JoMu eeurugp4temt- aiatrnts lIholl chare to the Scientific JIrnetkauIhandsomely illustrated cuiatton or any byalinewsleIerL Mtf Cns6turoad New rrOo POI VejhInuvnn i alnipleWantedAnProtect Tour Mrait thrr mar tiring you wealth rite JOHN WKbl nilIUllN a Ient Alton ear Waiblmunn ft a fur their 1800 prize oar and Itlt ot tworuundred Inventions wanted j1h FOE EElrTGood proportv In the town of Crnli Orchard W LANDOHAF linger Ky HOTEL FOR SKL9 leading Hotel In Somerset with good lm lneM will tell or trade for gvod stock farm 1rluiljilljr AdMeN INTKBinn JuVIUtAL POSTED myfirmVM LANUUHAV KrlpsrKy lilTfrmFKEU NlKtu i Ottcubdm Ky LUTES CO LIVE STOCK DEfILERS Millcdgovillo Ky IWe hue on band 400 good Stock Ewrs and also hat on hands tLoruuhbtd8outhito n llsms fur It U IVT1M A CO BICYCLES REPAIRED CsntrniKentuckydo Workmanship Guaranteed IJANVIME CVCIE CO r 4 Hi 3rd St Danville Ky WORTANT NOTICE I TTIIter br Stanford Wstrr Ugbt Ire Co lbIsrnon- at oflwln irlcTs Ior poii ids tml oter 40 Ir11tfuxlselNutMjr teems whenAltpre ntfd latlivePbon 4l IIII1CISM t SIMS J T SUTTON Undortalcor HuBtonvillo Kentucky uero1udp II Carpeater Manager Mlntoshs Livery 6 Feed Stable cKlnl1Y ItY hood lUa at terminable prtfci Safe drivers double nnd single for 01 or night If you want to work Cniojr sad adjoining oountlM MrKlnnoy Is the place to diSco from hones well cared for oy single feed day week or annth A share of your jw ruuago aulim- altedWHITE HOTEL w H cAKitiEU mOlt ORBIN KENTUCKY CIo to Faswagr Depot FtNtctaM IbmugbMit 4aIeIr- 4HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Kv Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Paper Hanging And Painting See sic before let your minting will save you tanney I wtll tvruld paper and put It uu the Walt from lOt uis tIs word I will elI you paper a a ehlII roa ran buy It In town and hang It at c per bolt I will do paIntIng In 1n All work guaranteed J J IlEMiBN Stanford I- CyPaintingRepairing yourbuggyExporlencwl men to do It and work cuaran teed Yon rita have your old vehicle undo new for very little money J U OHEKlt Stanford Ky ADAMS FISTULA CURE MftDufarturcd hy J W Adams t Co Inlnt Lick Ky Is a puatanteed sure cure tot luurse mind mules nnilvtcd with Flntula 1allevll 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